For parents

It can be tough being a parent of a child who stammers. Making sure they grow into the beautiful people they are may require all of your talent. Getting others to support them as they deserve may mean many battles. Here you'll find support, information and examples of best practice, and the opportunity to talk to other parents. You're doing a good job!
For parents of children who stammer
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Special Educational Needs Code and stammering
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